troyan wrote: was quite looking forward to getting a permanent card before the ensuing unknown.......
Is it only I who see the inherent contradiction in voting for Brexit yet wanting permanent residency of an EU member state as a back up plan?
I did not vote Brexit, what I want is the break up of the EU, my position has always been that personally Brexit is not good for me at this moment in time, I was of the opinion it was better to stay in and wait for the break up.
The EU was heading in the wrong direction, and still is,it has a globalist agenda and is aligning for a world currency .....or was....because the dollar and Euro are both in deep water for two different reasons.
The EU elite is unwilling to protect its external and internal borders and breaks asylm laws deliberately.......and is involved in suicidal social engineering agendas importing anti democratic totalitarian cultures en mass against the majority of Europeans wishes
The EU elite bully states like Portugal, Poland and BG, they overturned the election result in Portugal.They are now bullying Gibraltar.
I came to BG before the EU and can get permanent residency regardless, my statement meant I can get a permanent card now for a few levs under the present situation which would be convenient and may be beneficial with the uncertainty ahead
what back up plan are you talking about, your statement makes no sense, I need residency to live here be it type D or EU
hope that clears up my position